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Legos Club at the Library NEW ULM — Families are invited to come to Lego Club in the Children’s Room at New Ulm Public Library on Saturday, JAN. 20 from 10 a.m. TO 12 p.m. All ages are welcome to build, sort, create and have fun with Legos. There will be a Lego challenge as well as some ...

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CAST offers ‘Hang Up on Fraud’ seminar NEW ULM — Fraud happens daily and it seems that it is reported weekly to the New Ulm Police Department. Most often, it’s a money scam where good people send their hard-earned money at the request of someone they don’t know who claims they have ...

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Life Living Series continues with Toni Schutta NEW ULM — The 2018 Life Living Speaker Series continues Monday, January 22 at 7 p.m. with Toni Schutta, who will present “How to Raise a Kind-Hearted Child in a Selfie Culture.” Schutta is a parenting coach, parenting speaker, and licensed ...

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Nicollet Community Holiday Dinner NICOLLET — The Nicollet High School FFA and all Student Organizations are hosting a Nicollet Area Holiday Dinner on Saturday, Jan. 13, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Nicollet Public School Commons, 1 N. Pine St. The purpose for this dinner is to provide ...

Minnesota Valley Testing Labs (MVTL) held a Holiday contest to raise donations for the Food Shelves in New Ulm, MN and Bismarck, ND. A total of 1542 items were donated during the contest from the 10 departments vying for the win and the prize of a pizza party. The Bismarck Lab was the winning department raising 25 items per employee. Pictured with the donations from the New Ulm facility are Thomas Berg (CEO) and Colleen Skillings (CFO).

Food Shelf Donation

Submitted photo Minnesota Valley Testing Labs (MVTL) held a Holiday contest to raise donations for the Food Shelves in New Ulm, MN and Bismarck, ND. A total of 1542 items were donated during the contest from the 10 departments vying for the win and the prize of a pizza party. The Bismarck Lab ...

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Heartland Express will operate on MLK Day NEW ULM — Brown County Heartland Express will operate as normal for MLK day on Monday, Jan. 15. If you need to schedule a ride for that day, please make sure to call the Brown County Heartland Express office at 507-359-2717, or 800-707-2717 before ...

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A donation of $5,000 has been made to Turner Hall to be used to purchase new kitchen equipment to be installed in the remodeled kitchen. Dr. Ann Vogel made this donation in recognition of the present Turner Hall staff, renovation contractors, and legion of volunteers, Turner Ladies, and Board Members.  This is also given in honor of Rich Runck and Lucille Stegeman, dedicated and tireless workers at Turner Hall down and through the years past. Pictured, from left, are Virginia Suker Moldan, Janell Chrobak, Ed Weber, Dr. Ann Vogel, Dan Beranek and Kathleen Backer.

Turner Hall Donation

Submitted photo A donation of $5,000 has been made to Turner Hall to be used to purchase new kitchen equipment to be installed in the remodeled kitchen. Dr. Ann Vogel made this donation in recognition of the present Turner Hall staff, renovation contractors, and legion of volunteers, Turner ...

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Winner has yet to claim prize ROSEVILLE — The winner of a $1 million lottery ticket sold in New Ulm has yet to claim their prize. A ticket sold at the Casey’s General Store in New Ulm was one of two winners for the Minnesota Millionaire Raffle of New Year’s Day. The other ticket, sold ...

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Heartland Express open on MLK Day NEW ULM — Brown County Heartland Express will operate as normal for Martin Luther KingDday on Monday, Jan. 15. If you need to schedule a ride for that day, please call the Brown County Heartland Express office at 507-359-2717, or 800-707-2717 before 3 p.m. ...

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Mankato Area Youth Wind Ensemble seeking young musicians MANKATO — The newly-minted Mankato Area Youth Wind Ensemble is looking for musicians ages 14 and up to join its ranks. Any student who plays brass, woodwind, and percussion concert band instruments (including piano, harp, and string ...

NU-Telecom employees recently held internal fundraisers to support the Shop with a Hero Program in New Ulm.  Pictured are Aaron and Leah Widmark (Shop with a Hero Program) and Steve Baker (NU-Telecom).

NU-Telecom Donation

NU-Telecom employees recently held internal fundraisers to support the Shop with a Hero Program in New Ulm. Pictured are Aaron and Leah Widmark (Shop with a Hero Program) and Steve Baker (NU-Telecom).

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Free Community Breakfast Saturday NEW ULM — A Free Community Breakfast will be held Saturday, Dec. 30 at First United Methodist Church on the corner of Center and Broadway in New Ulm. Come from 8 to 10 a.m. for pancakes, eggs, sausage, and coffee. Bring family, friends and the grandkids. All ...

LWV Forum Replay available

NEW ULM — On Nov. 30, the League of Women Voters, New Ulm and the New Ulm Human Rights Commission hosted a Public Forum, “Election Integrity: Process & Policy, “ the forum was recorded by NUCAT and is available on you tube https://youtu.be/bkWXYwcSZQk Speakers include Minnesota’s ...

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Nominations sought for Human Rights Award NEW ULM — Each year the New Ulm Human Rights Commission recognizes an individual, group or organization with the New Ulm Human Rights Award. The group is seeking nominations from the public for this award. The Commission would like to hear about ...

NUACS Christmas concert on Dec. 11

NUACS Christmas concert on Dec. 11 NEW ULM — New Ulm Area Catholic Schools will present their annual Christmas Concert on Monday, December 11, at 7 p.m. in the Cathedral High School Gymnasium. The performing groups will include students from 5th grade Choir and Band through 12th Grade ...

Kraig Windschitl

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Windschitl to play organ dedication concert NEW ULM — New Ulm native, Kraig Windschitl, (son of Curt and Joanne) will present a free organ concert at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 3, at the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, New Ulm. This concert is in partial celebration of the Nordlie pipe organ. ...

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Winter Wonderland Dec. 3 at Oakwood Church NEW ULM — Winter Wonderland will take place at Oakwood Church at 1630 Oakwood Avenue. The event will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. We are planning to have ice skating, horse drawn wagon rides, free pictures with Santa, crafts and games, cookie ...

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Kimmel to play Noon Tunes at library NEW ULM — Dick Kimmel and Stacey Watje will be the featured musicians at Noon Tunes on Tuesday, November 28, at 12 p.m. at New Ulm Public Library. Watje is a singer and Kimmel plays bluegrass music on guitar, mandolin, and banjo. Noon Tunes is sponsored ...

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Polar Express in Sleepy Eye SLEEPY EYE — THE Sleepy Eye Downtown District Committee is presenting Polar X-Press in Sleepy Eye every Saturday in December. The event will run from 2 to 7 p.m. beginning Dec. 2, in inside and outside downtownbuildings. There will be an Elves Workshop ...

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Advent and Christmas Organ Music Concert at MLC NEW ULM — On Saturday, Nov. 18 at 11 a.m., selected Martin Luther College organ students of Craig Hirschmann and Wayne Wagner will present a recital of Advent and Christmas music in the MLC Auditorium. This concert, based on familiar hymn ...

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